Tuesday, June 19, 2012

10 Ways to Attract Bears to Your Campsite

You and your friends are packing up the wagon for some car camping in the great outdoors. In addition to a couple of tents and multiple sleeping bags, you've packed a cooler full of burgers and hot dogs to slap on the campground grill when you pull in for dinner. ...Read More Here:

10 Disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle

The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle, is an infamous stretch of the Atlantic Ocean bordered by the southern coast of the U.S., Bermuda, and the Greater Antilles that has been the location of strange disappearances of ships and aircraft since the mid-19th century. Could supernatural forces be responsible for these occurrences? ...Read More Here:


MRE's On The Cheap

Check out this great Instructables idea for making your own MRE's...

MRE's are a good addition to any survival bag. They have a good shelf life, up to 5 years under ideal conditions, they have gotten better as far as taste goes over the years (for the most part anyway), they are compact, and offer a good caloric intake. Unfortunatly they are fairly expensive, usually running $79.99-$99.99 for a case of twelve meals depending on where you look, and there is no way of knowing how they were stored or handled and therefore no way of knowing how much "life" they have left....Continue Reading Article:

Monday, June 18, 2012

'Surreal Solomon Bar' Paracord Watchband...

Here's some nice instructions for making a super cool paracord watchband from Stormdrane

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Bad Air Vents at Secret Gov. Lab May be Blowing Germs Our Way

From Prepper Central:

A $214 million bioterror germ lab at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta has had repeated problems with airflow systems designed to help prevent the release of infectious agents, government documents and internal e-mails show.

While the agency says no one has been infected, a biosafety expert says the problems appear to be major violations of laboratory operating standards....Read More:

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Home Remedies For Poison Ivy

Here's some great information from The Survival Doctor concerning home remedies for Poison Ivy:

"Lately, several desperate-sounding readers have asked about home remedies for poison ivy. I feel sorry for them. Poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac—whichever grows in your neck of the woods—can cause some of the worst itching known to mankind. And it can last as long as a couple of weeks.
And all you who brag you can wallow in the stuff without as much as a scratch: Your day may be coming. As with other allergies, you can not be allergic all your life and, wham, one day you feel the itch and see the blisters. After that, you’ve become one of the chosen—allergic for life.
There’s no vaccine and no surefire cure for rashes from poison ivy and the like. But here are some things you can do."...Read More Here:

U.S. Military Conducting Simulated Urban Assaults With Local Law Enforcement

This is a few days old but it deserves some more attention.  I am not sure what is going on but our military conducting simulated drills in our major cities is a cause for concern.  Now they are training with local law enforcement.   The following article is from our friends at Off Grid Survival.

Last week a number of New Jersey residents were awoken by the sound of helicopter flyovers, gun fire and loud explosions. The disturbing sights and sounds, were yet another, in a long string of urban training drills on the streets of America. In the last couple of months, large scale urban training drills have been conducted in Chicago, Miami, Tampa, and Los Angeles.  Read more here....